Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT) 1993: Strategic Interaction and Language Acquisition

Theory, Practice, and Research

James E. Alatis, Editor

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The papers in this volume examine strategies for language acquisition and language teaching, focusing on applications of the strategic interaction method.

Table of Contents

1. Some Unexpected Consequences of the Input Hypothesis
Stephen Krashen
2. Learning from Input in L1 and L2
Catherine Snow
3. Teaching for Strategic Learning: Theory and Practice
Anna Uhl Chamot and J. Michael O'Malley
4. From Words to Worlds: Language Learning through Process Drama
Cecily O'Neill
5. The Concept of "Rehearsal" in Strategic Interaction
Deryn P. Verity
6. Stating Opinions in Japanese: Listener-Dependent Strategies
Shoko Okazaki
7. Fine Tuning of Feedback by Competent Speakers to Language Learners
Catherine Doughty
8. Using Strategic Interaction in the Teaching of Writing
Ruth Jackson
9. Learning Strategies, Tasks, and Activities in Oral Communication Instruction
Joan Morley
10. Creating a Learning Community: Community Language Learning for the Nineties
Karin Ryding
11. Marriage for Life: Theory, Research, and Practice
Suzanne Flynn
12. Strategic Interaction: Issues and Application to Second Language Teaching and Acquisition
Elahé Mir-Djalali
13. Japanese Dictionaries and Schadenfreude: Editorial Practices and National Prejudices in Japanese Bilingual Dictionaries
Don R. McCreary
14. Sociocultural Theory and the Second-Language Classroom: The Lesson of Strategic Interaction
James P. Lantolf
15. The Concept of Kernel Sentences as It Applies to Language Acquisition
Ahmed Mouakket
16. Foreign Language Learning in the Kindergarten: A Teaching Model and Some Resulting Language-Acquisition Strategies
Traute Taeschner
17. Strategic Integration: Preparing Language and Content Teachers for Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Classrooms
JoAnn Crandall
18. A Comparative View of English Teaching Policies in an International World with a Focus on Japanese TEFL Policy
Ikuo Koike
19. Strategic Interaction and the Teaching of Writing: A Comparative Study of Scenarios vs. Traditional Prompts as Stimuli for ESL Essays
Louis A. Arena
20. An Investigation of the Effects of Texts and Tasks on Listening Comprehension: Some Evidence from Russian
Irene Thompson
21. The Place of Input in the Scenario Approach
Frederick J. Bosco
22. The Computer's Guide to Persons
William Frawley
23. Ego Boundaries Revisited: Toward a Model of Personality and Learning
Madeline E. Ehrman
24. Variations on the Scenario: Cooperative and Critical Thinking in the Literature-Based Classroom
Virginia Mayer
25. How Is Strategic Memorable? How Memorable Is "Strategic"?
Earl W. Stevick
26. Students' Concepts of Di Pietro's Strategic Interaction: The Scenario
Joseph A. Wieczorek
27. Conflicting Argumentative Strategies in the Classroom
Christina Kakava
28. Learner-Centered Activities: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Nadine O'Connor DiVito
29. Interlanguage Talk: The Relation between Task Types and Communication Strategies among EFL Arab Learners
Rajai Khanji
30. Peace to the World! The Contribution of Foreign-Language Teaching to the Goal of World Peace
Reinhold Freudenstein
31. Variability in Foreign Language Education
Aoi Tsuda
32. The L2 Kindergarten Teacher as a Territory Marker
Josep Maria Artigal
33. Making Study Abroad More Effective
Phyllis J. Dragonas
34. The "Strategic Interaction" View of Language: Robert J. Di Pietro's Vichian Paradigm for Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
Marcel Danesi
35. On the Implementation of Inservice Teacher Education in an Institutional Context
Frederick J. Jackson
36. After Method: Toward a Principled Strategic Approach to Language Teaching
H. Douglas Brown
37. The Structure of the Lexicon and Language Teaching
Dieter Kastovsky
38. Strategic Interaction: Can It Be a Relief for Foreign-Language Classrooms?
Masaki Oda
39. Gender Differences in Styles and Strategies for Language Learning: What Do They Mean? Should We Pay Attention?
Rebecca Oxford
40. Lexical Phrases and Strategic Interaction
Jeanette S. DeCarrico and James R. Nattinger
41. Strategic Interaction and Task Knowledge
Anita L. Wenden
42. The Use of Scenarios in the Classroom for the Development of Higher-Level Foreign-Language Skills
Linda Smith Rutledge
43. Report of the Pilot Study of Learning Strategies for the Japanese Language Classroom
Jill Robbins



Stephen Krashen Catherine Snow Anna Uhl Chamot J. Michael O'Malley Cecily O'Neill Deryn P. Verity Shoko Okazaki Catherine Doughty Ruth Jackson Joan Morley Karin Ryding Suzanne Flynn Elahé Mir-Djalali Don R. McCreary James P. Lantolf Ahmed Mouakket Traute Taeschner JoAnn Crandall Ikuo Koike Louis A. Arena Irene Thompson Frederick J. Bosco William Frawley Madeline E. Ehrman Virginia Mayer Earl W. Stevick Joseph A. Wieczorek Christina Kakava Nadine O'Connor DiVito Rajai Khanji Reinhold Freudenstein Aoi Tsuda Josep Maria Artigal Phyllis J. Dragonas Marcel Danesi Frederick J. Jackson H. Douglas Brown Dieter Kastovsky Masaki Oda Rebecca Oxford Jeanette S. DeCarrico James R. Nattinger Anita L. Wenden Linda Smith Rutledge Jill Robbins

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